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Graphing Linear Functions in Standard Form

Graphing Linear Functions in Standard Form 1.1 - Solution

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a
An intercept is a point at which the line crosses an axis. Like any other point in the coordinate plane, an intercept consists of a coordinate pair, At the intercept, the value is Similarly, at the intercept, the value is

In this exercise, we are told that the intercept is and the intercept is We can use this information to create two coordinate pairs. To graph the line of an equation with these intercepts, we will plot the points and connect them with a line.

b
To graph the line, we'll form two points from the intercepts. The -intercept always has the -coordinate and the -intercept has the -coordinate

In this exercise, we are told that the intercept is and the intercept is We can use this information to create two coordinate pairs. To graph the line of an equation with these intercepts, we'll mark the coordinates as points in a coordinate plane and draw a line through them.